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 f  -"I  " ^BBALB' & ,ELWELL.  *   COMMISSION   ANO INSURANCE  agists.  Fire, Lifo arid Accident  *ins V3 V* 9^.  CHRISTMAS GtOOCS.  I  toys. sii.vj?:*:-'VA-.r  AXiUVASUY  AT  ANN'S BOOESTE.E.  MOYIE, B. 0., JANUARY 4 M  ,  . ,  **      . .... i  :   S3 A YEAE  ^Jw i^V^-TVS - V;.-     -'   **..- ''���-   "'..-*-- -*     ' " ���-      -��� �� -  *&  du  J  I To every xnn, woman and child in Moyie, and the Su dui^b there, |  'pbft we extend Xmas toeing* with agusarb^Qck of the following ^  Teas and Coffee^  Include    the    famous   hrando   of  *   BluV Ribbon tea'Hondi tea, Tartan  - tea,'' dhaae &   Sanborn  cuflee, Ar-'  bucklo coffee.'Early Breast coffee,  Ankqla coffee.  Driecl fruits        <*  " Jn'st arrived a large stock of thefin-  �� esVdried fruits from  California.   It  - will pay you 'to see them and buy.  Claimed G-oods  Are the .well known' brand.3 such ao  Garden City, Sirncbe Canning "Co..  Lakepbrt Can ping Co., and, Ayliney  Canning Co.'   '  -t;  Pon'.t Forget  That'our vegetables, potatoes, et3..  come from Ashcrofti the only place  to get the right,quality.  Great   Northern   i^ets  r" The Property.,"  LOCAL  Farrell   hi  NEWS,  ,o   returned   from  FIVE MILLION D.QLLAES  Ijenprt Vliat It   "I71H   Buikl   ii   Bs.i|roacl  '.- f - .' yrona Grv-at "Fulls" to toe    '*   ���   ~  ' > .Mines,  During  Clothing  ���       -    ^ihimr   diy goods, and  boots and shoes will'be actually cut m two.  ��14, yarn  BANK - f  CQUMERCE.  Paid Vfi Capital, ?6,000,O0O..  (tANBRQRK BRftNGH,  j. w, H, SMYTHE, IJGR  Valuable Clamie Near* Society Girl.  B. B. Taylor,'Geo, Hunt and \V; J  Watkins'have a group of1 valuable  claims not far from the_ Society Girl  property. The group consists of'the  Poorman, Forrest Queen and Emma M.  The boys have a . comfortable cabin  built, and intend to drive a 5Q 'foot  tunnel this winter. There is a good  trail in connection with tho Society  Girl wagon road which will afford an  easy, outlet.  !ae <1Hotel:fbr the  masses.   f***^f^  i'     inilevery: respect.    Sample Rooms foi  ! Commercial Men,  S    . British Columbia.  ft  Lar-ie sample room in connection  with liouso for commercial mon. Best  of accommodations.  HeadcjuJers ��rr Commencia! and Mining Men.       |  "        __ '   MOYIE,  B. C.     j/4  ��� ^.^.^���J^-^'^.'&^i' &4~  \f\\  Ai     QUKEN  AVENUB,  Clinstmaq Tre&'Wednesrtay Evening  Th? members of the Presbyterian  church cave a Christmas tree and entertainment in'the 0;ld Fellows hall  Wednesday evening. The children  did exceptionally wall, and the e'nter-  tainmenl throughout wus good. The  tree was laden with a good assortment  of presents, candy etc., for the children,  all of whom left the hall well satisBed.  Tum Mmm'a Relatives.  c The relations of Thomas' Munn,  who was killed in the Lake Shore  mine, has been located at last.' P. T.,  Smyth/secretary of tbe minors' union,  ia in receipt or n letter from* H. S.  Gaines, of Los Angeles, California,  which says that the deceased has a lo  yew old son, father and mother, three  sisters and one brother living in that  city. _          I. O. 1\ OltiQcrs Installed.  The newly elected officers of Court  Moyie of the Independent Order cf  Foresters were installed last Thursday  evening. The court .starts off on the  new year with a good membership.  ���The gpokesmanHEieview'of January  3rd" contains an   article' atatirfg   that  the Great   Northern   haG  secured" a  practical raoiiopqly of   tbe   vast' epal  fields,of tlio Crow's Nest'pass' country,  near .Fernie at an, expenditure,   it  is  said, or over 7$5,0OO,0Oq*' If'h'aB also  decide':! to build a railroad from Great  Palls iiont., on its branch, Hhe Montana Qerittal.noVfliy/esterl'y X'56 miles  to tap  these ��� fields!   This   line   will  crocs the present  main   line   of, the  road near Elack'foql, Mont., and   will'  probably also ioYrfx' :a   connection   on'  the ea'ateru'slOpe'Vot the^ddkiea  between'the Canadian Pacific   and 'the  Great Northern mainlines,,  .  It has been known locally for several months that James J. fTill was after  this property. Tests ol-the coal- have  been made in the engines used on the  Great Northern, and the results have  been most, satisfactory'. The Great  Northern, wfth its engines and^ its  large ocean steamers, consumes, it is  said, nearly 2500, tons of coal per day.  The coal .expert of the road recently  3pent several weeks inspecting the  coal-properties of the Crow's Neat pas3  country.' '  The" first result of ljia visit was 'fho  purchase by Mr. Hill from the Canadian government of 1Q, acres of coal  "larv? .on.Pinclif. ^reek. about 10 miles  south of the Crow's Neat Lpass land.  The first move in this matter of purchase was made about two weeks  '-go  Paid Dear For' Hi*} Leg.  B. D. Blauton of Thaokerville, Tex.,  in two years paid'rover, i?300 to' doctors,to cure a running sore'on his leg.  Then they wanted to cut it off, but he  cured it with one box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve! Guaranteed cure for piles.  25 cts. a box: Sold by P. H. Hope,  druggist- . -T  Ico On tlio Lake.  Moyie lake is now frozen over and  the ice is about four inches in thickness. Thero was' excellent skating  the first part of the week, but the  recent heavy fall of snow has somewhat spoiled it. Cutting and storing  of ice has not yet commenced. _  Chaa.  Spokane. -"���--*  There1 is noy/a groat reduction Dale  on at Murrmys. - '���> -      '" ���* -    "  The Odd Fellows of Fernie are talking of organising a lodge: -    -" ' -    -  R. "A. Smith's mother left last San-,  day' for Montreal on a visit.  Express money orders can now be  purchased at Beale'& Elwell's office.  M, A. Beale'haa returned from Fort  Steele, where' ho - yzas spending the  ���holidays. ' ""  N. A.-MacKenzie has replaced his  combination pool --and-'bilUard- table in  his hotel, ��� , *  R. A. Smith gave a turkey shoot on  the lake last Monday, and disposed of  seyeral birds. ' ' ���  J.'J. Murphy ia closing out, his  winter dock of clothipg at .a 2,5 per  cent discount."     " "'' '    "   '  Higiiept price paid for Raw Furs.  PapKin'sackVanasend'.by, express' to  James Gill, Cranbrook.       ' ' *  W.'E. Cheqter, a "nepjiew of Q. H.  andp, A.Minpr-ileft'lhd first Of tlie  week' for his hofoe'i'n BiiffaVb, ?f. Y,'  Uhere will be' a meeting of the  Moyie Business MeVa- Protective Association "tomorow" afternqon at 8i80  o'clock. , ' i ' '\  ' Mrs. "yYesley Qline arrived home this  we?k from a visit to ber old home in  St.'Paul. ,'She was accompanied by  her two children.  E. S. pollard was in from v ?almeijB  bar'this'.week where,, he'.hao been  working on a claim owned by himself  and othpr Moyie 'parties,  The Ladies Aid cf the Presbyterian  church wiil give an oyster supper and  entertainment nest Friday evening.  This organization 3bpuld bs ^eral--  ly encouraged.  Misg Ida Hawkins leaves tomorrow  h* Everett'.and Snohomish, "vfash.,  where she *wili. yieit friends and relatives. ' She will return about May.  The Moyie school opened last Wednesday morning with a good attendance of children, and with A. W. Sutherland as teacher. The. new 'School  house i3 now being occupied, >  "Shady Dell," the French comedian,  is again in Moyie doing --"sketches."  "Shady Dell" was in Moyio tv/Q years  ago and played star engagements at  the different saloons, He is' a well  known charaoter in the Kootenay!?,  Dr. J. H. Livers left yesterday for  Winnipeg to purchase a stock of goods  Ior his drug store. He will go from  Winnipeg to Buffa'o, where his family  is residing, before his return to Moyie  Wosrd of ^rado .1Iecti-.ig*  The regular monthly meeting of the  Moyie board of trade was hold at the*  Central bote) last Wednesday evening.  The Petition to the government ask-,  ing for-the division of the district was  broiisht'up.1- It n'ow has nearly 300 =  oignat'ures". It will'be'further circu*'  lated before it ia ilenr'to yictoria.  The hospital matter was brought up,  and a cqnimu'niGatioti from the miners',  union was read. The union did not"  wish to-take any action in the matter  as a body. - The boardis about equally  divided for :-nd againot "the project;  Anqthsr member-has been added 'to  tho hospital committee,, which has'  been continued,        ' ;  A general revision of thp by-laws  wap madei * Hereafter officers will  hold o/fico for six months only, and a  membership fee of 50 centu a month  v/ill be charged. The (secretary is to  receive a saleay for liis seryices.  There will be an election of officers  at the next regular meeting. ���  New  sretsU Quotations.  York,   Jan.  ' 3.���Bar   silver,  C-J     cents.   Lead,   price   for   miners  and smelters, $4.37-4- at the oKae. Copper, brokers' price, $17.00  Black Currant,  Peach,  Orange,  Strawberry,  Crahapple.  Bed Currant,  Plum,'  Pineapple*  Raspberry,  Lemon.  MADE    BY    THE  ToFonto Biscuit & Confectionery  Our stook is the largest ind most complete in East Kootenay, consisting of  Prygoods, House Furnishings, Clothing,  Poootwear, Groceries, Crockery, Hard-  ware, Tinware, Etc.  Hero you will find the most reliable  goods���varied and attractive���and the  . best the market affords.' All our goods  are sold on their merits; and as they  are purchased in car lots, at exceptionally low figures, the prioes, therefore oannot fail to suit you. Anything  not kept in stock at our store here can  be procured without delay from our  headquarters in Cranbrook. A call  solicited.   Terms cash.  STORES AT CR.-NBROOK AND MOYIE.  ,      (,n,i    nnnosito the Hotel Kootenay, Victoria St.  Don't forget the stand.   Oppose i  ��2��������2��2fe252��  Geo. Stenson will have ��� charge of the  business during the  doctor's.  Absence.  Several of tho young MeChodii-jts of  Moyie will go to assist' their pastor,  Kev. ,W. G. Mahon/ in the opening  services of his new Methodist church  at Kimberley on Sunday and Monday  next. The first Sunday or the new  century will be well celebrated by  Kimberley Methodists.  J. H. Hawke and H. N. Brenton  have formed a partnership and will  conduct a general draying and delivering business. A few months ago Mr.  Hawke was able to handle the business  of the town with a Bingle one-horse  rig. But business in this line has so  increased that it has become necessary  to add another team.  Cranbroolt i. Q. O, V, Ball*  Key City Jrqtige I: Q. 6. F. pf Cranbrook  gave-a   most  succoesful ball" ���  in Wenlwbrtii h'all last Tuesday evening;" Music Wa famished by   Robt.  Wilson'of'Mdyie 'and  Harry   Greer.',  The floor'committee was yery courteous and obliging, and' eyory attention  waa given tho'viBJtlng guests., 'It "was  a veryl'dressy a'0iir."an41in every way  proyedto be one of the brightest and  most enjoyable functions ever ,held id  j that town.   Those who attended froni'  Moyie were Miss Nellie Eagan,' Miaa ���  Flossy Linkligliter; C. A. Miner, B. R.  Tay]br, "Tim Farre: 11,   Dr.   Green,   Ed>  Farrell and'F.J.Srhy'th.  A. Skfttlng HlnU.   '  , Moyie will have a first clasa skating  rink this ^winter! ' It is 60 fee'}, in widtli  and'JGO feet in length," and .enclosed  with a high'board fence. * There is a  warm and comfortable dressing roorrf  and, a larqe place for apeetators. The  rink ia on the lake about opposite  the  C. E. E. station.   J.' M. Lindsay, and ,  D. J. U. Maclennan -are  the  owners.  Season tickets fqr  gentlemen,  will be  $4; for ladies, $��; fpr lady'and gentleman, $7;' family tickets,'??*; single ,adt  mission   50 cents.    Messrs. Lindsay ,  and Maclennan  propose' opening  the  rink next  Wednesday evening with a '  masquerade carnival.   Posters to that  effect' will appear later.  l!jew Yeara Eve Ball.  Marked suceas crowne^ f-he New-  Years Eve ball given by B. E. Taylor  and Tim Farrell at the Kootenay  Hotel last Monday evening. The hall  was 120 feet in length, which offered  ample room for dancing for the 7i?  or 100 people which wgre present^  A splendid lap lunch was served" at}  midnight, and there were rriany happy  greetings when the old century passed  out and the new one came in. It [wasj  a most enjoyable affair and lasted  until nearly daylight iri the  morning.'  ITockey Club Organized.  The Moyie Hockey Club has been  reorganized. A meeting was held in  the sample room of the Kootenay hotel  last evening, at which thero were  about 25 present. Andrew Johnston  was elected president, A. P. Macdonald  vioe-president and J,. G. Cardinal  secretary, P' J. McMahon, manager.  The club intends giving a grand ball  on the Hth of Febrary,,;    . _     ,  XJiie MlHIor.fi Shipped.  . - The mines of southeastern Britislr  Columbia shipped ore of the value of  9,000,000 during the year 1900, as  follows:  | Slocan District   '. $3,000,000  Rossland District   2,755,000  Boundary District   1,000,000  Nelson District  1,000,000-'  Moyie District.. .   1,000,000  Kimberley District      165,000  Ainsworth District       50,000  Lardeau Distriet        30,000  Windermere District ,        5,000  Total.   ��9,000,000  Coeceiitrritot Sliiit Down, s  The St. Eugene concentrator has  been closed dowri the past week owing  to the water in the flume from Bark-  Shanty creek freezing; A new  Huntingdon mill has ' added to  the concentrator'lately and other improvements made. . ^'. ��� .  .        \;.    ;   v.  ���Residential lots $125 for sale.   See  D.J. Elmer;  Notice of Meeting.  A meeting baa boen called by Moyie  Miners'Union, No. 71, W." F. M., to  take place in the Odd Fellows hall  next Wednesday evening at 8 o,clocl?  for the purpose of discussing the  Chinese question. The business men  of Moyie are respectfully requested to  be present. P. T. Smyth,  Secr'y* Miners' Union.  Gllplris *itor�� Opens.  G. H. Gilpin opened his store to the  public to day with one of the most  complete stocks over brought to Moyie.  Read his da ou this page.  Fon Sale.���A six room house and  lot in L.ike Shore addition. For particulars apply at this office.  i it  /I. I  "t-  i-    rr  o   *  -   i1 fa&T&as*.  ^��rTsaw^^aaBai^3g5��^��^'^'��� ��� -������}ipn'?i?ij:^?su?~_:_-^  mxsm2aa3Me&*!.-*ntee-!**.i'Mj^xxm^ ,,j .. -******  sat**-**ffi***i��a��'-iirw-H^^  If, '{r  ' ���',(.  .1  : i'  M  1 i-i  '' i  ��^3%B  THE IOIIB' LBADBB.  Thousand-?, Sent Into XSxilo.  Every year a large number  of poor  ..,,.,    , .     , sufferers whoes   lungs   are   sore   and  rubhsbed m the interest of the people  raoked with coughs ���e urged iQ gf) tQ  of Moyie and East Kootenay,  J. SMYTH & CO.,  Publishers.  1SA.TES OF SDBSCr.IPTION.  One Year..... , so.OG  SATURDAY, JAN. 5, 1900.  Write it 1901.  With boating in tho summer and  skating in the.winter the '* people' of  Moyie are afforded a pleasure the year  round.  another climate :But this is costly and  not always sure. Don't, be an exile  when Dr. King's new Discovery for  Coesumption will cure you at home.  It's the most infalliable medicine for  Coughs, Colds and all throat and lung  diseases on earth. The first dose bring  relief. Austounding cures result'from  persistent use. Trial bottle free at  P. D. Hope's drug store. Price 50c  and 1.00.. Every bottle guaranteed.  J b. costigan, a. o.|xhe  POST  OFFICE m  CRANBROOK  B.C.  Harvey    &   McCarter,  FORT STEELE, B. C  Harvey, MCcCarler & Alexander,  FERNIE, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  hope's drug ,& stationery stoke.  ,Grent Variety of  XMAS & NEW YEAR'S  nore  F.   W.   ITRITn,:rropr)etor.  TO THE DEAF.  Moyie starts the. twentieth century  'in a prosperous condition,, and it is  sale to predict that this camp wiih be  good for the full hundred years.  The war in   South  Africa  ought  to  ���end  immediately,  if the   assertion  of  a little girl of Cascade ia to   be r relied'  fin, as she says ,Mr.   Ritchie   shot   a  ' Kruger.last Monday:���Cascade Record.  A rich lady, cured, ol" -hert_ Deafness  and noises in the hea d by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, gave' $10,-  000 to his Institute, eo that deaf  people unable to procure the Ear  Drums may have them free. Address  No, 14522 The Nicholson Institute,  7S0, Eighth Avenue, New York,  U. S. A.  LEWIS THOMSON,  Notary Public, Accountant,   Commission   and  Insurance Agent.  Money to Loan.  resents.  P. D. HOPE,  i  Chemist anil Drug-gist,  JIOYIE.  B. C  This hoteris^now open to the public, and'is well .furnished throughout. None but tho best brands of, wines,  liquors and cigars kept in stock.       .       .,.''.  FTTH ST    CLASS   ACCOMMOTDATIOTS S.  MOYIE, B.  Moyie,  B, C.  GO   TO   THE  W. F. GURD,  ' The white laundries ot Moyie' are  .complaining of the lack of support  which'they are receiving. The Chin-  '-ese^ire doing the bulk of the.business,  ���notwithstanding the fact that there is  a movement on foot to rid the town of  this.,element., It's a shame.  i "Industrial, World:���The Moyie  Leader observes that it was not Moyie's  "fault that Foley failed of election.  That is very true. Had cther mining  camps done as well as Moyie Chris  Foley instoad'of Mr. Galliher would  how be on his way to Ottawa.  Duriu�� tilc past'twenty years   three  i/huusand million birds have been   de-  *- . -  ,'i stroyed to give women   trimmings  for  . their hats.    VVlnit an ocean of, misery  this has caused the innocent songsters,  ,   but .woman does not, care.    She  may  'njump at the sight of a mouse,'or shriek  ������    at a cut finger, but -her,  heart   grows  V-.strong when  .fashicm   rules.   Vanity  , must be satisfied,'no matter howrnuch  .ihe birds suffer.���New Denver  Ledge.-  ,     Asfiscsiiicnl work Contracts Taken.  Parties wishing to have assessment  work done on claims in tho vicinity of  Moyie, will do well to consult or write  the' undersigned- for' terms. Work  left in my care will be promptly at-  ended to, and satisfaction' ' will be,  guranteed.' ���     S. A. SCOTT.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that I, Chas. Ifurrell,  miner, intend GO days after ante to apply to the  chief commissioner of lands and works for a  special license under laud act to, cut and carry  away,timber on the following1 described ltiudtf  situated in the, Vicinity of the upper Moyie  lalte towit: Southwest corner post 61 United  abo'ut one half mile uorthenst of Moyie river  fallsj thence north SO 'chains, thence east ��0  chains, thence (south t>0 chums, thence west SO  chains io place of commencement.'  ,   Chas. Farrell,  Moyie,' li. C. Dec. 22th 1900, ���>       -    '        3-37;       i  BARItlSTKK, SOLICITOK, ETC.  CRANBROOK,  B. C.  C-'P.-HIGGINS.  Physician and Surgeon  -      OFFICE���FABltELt BLOCK.  . ���  MOYIE  British Columbia.  City, Shaving   Parlor,  .,      , CENTRAL  HOTEL';  For your outfit.   The largest stock iu  *    ,    East ICootenay.  REID&CQ.,  CttANBROOIi/B. b  s  I  WMSIDEX CljJNEi Vloiir  MOYIE,   B. C.  JV Th HAWKE-  ','       ' . , o  Baggage and Esprfe'sa Delivered   to  any part of tho town.   . .    ,  MOYIE," B. C. '  (ii  (ti  (ti  (ti  (ti  (Si  fl\  (ti  <n  (ti  to  (a  <n  (ti  w  Oi  (ti     ��� -  (ti    :  (ti  (ti  <ti  (ti  (Si aioviJB,  , .   ." JQHJVSTON  BttOSL >   '  Thirf Hotel is New and well Furnished. The |  Tables are Supplied with the Best the g  Market affords- The Bar is Filled with %  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  AGENTS, FOR PABST'S   MILWAUKEE BEER. ,  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  UKITJSrr COLUM1UA  Ui'  9  W  <M  ������������3^S^353;$��:5��*S*SeS*~S^  ��� Fernie, fro m a clerical standpoint;  is fast becoming a model town. The  police have issued orders that' the iu-,  ���mates and keepers (they don't, mention  tlie frequenters) of bawdy houses' shall  only be allowed on the streets between  ihe hours of four and six on Monday,  j'bursoays and Saturdays, and the  iruii stores, after Jan. 1st, are going t'o  '���voluntarily Close on Sundays, says the  ������Free Press.  NOTICE.  >'otice is hereby given that'I,' I). Jame*;' McDonald, miner, intend sixty days iiftcr date to  apply io the chief commissioner' of laud and  works for a special license under laud act to  cut and carry away timber on. rhe following  described lauds situated in the vicinity of, the  upper .Moyie lake towit: South, east corner  post siuia'ted about % miles north west of the  iSIoyiQ aver falls: thence west, eight chains,  theuce north SO chains, thence east SO chains to  the pluce of commencement.  U. Jniaes McDonald.  Moyie," B. C.Dec. 22th'l'J00   ' /        3-37.  PATRONIZE r  WHITE LABOR  By Sending YorirWoi'k To the  LAUNDRY,  _^_o-  ikwummw ��mm.ihh um^JUt-rrs  -, The Moyie board of trade is making  a good.move in charging a monthly  membership fee. It will place a fund  -in the treasury for incidental expenses,  -and the money thus obtained vfill  'never be "missed by the members.  The board is now composed of the  best men of the town and-io in smooth  working order, tied i.t'ibidc -fair- .to accomplish much good for its-town.  ��� ^ notice. '  Notice is hereby given that I, ilalcolm Grant,  of Moyie, ii. U. coutrae'tor, intend 30 dnys  after dale to apply to the chief commissioner of  lauds aud works , lor a special license undei  laud acts to cut and carry away, Umber on, Uie  following described lauds, situate in the vicinity of Moyie aforesaid, towit: The south' east  corner post of said lauds is situated about three  miles west of the lower end of upper Moyie  lake and south of Lamb creek, iheuce *lb0 chain  west, ihenee 20 Ohaius north, thence-160 chain*,  eu'at, thence 20 cluuus. south to point of commencement; c'ontiiiniug 3,000 acres or tlierely,  iUAi.UO.LM 1-iJtANT,  Moyie, 2-lth November, 1900. i>.81  P. LUTNER, Pkot.  . *  , * r*  GOdb WORK:. '���     PRICES  REASONABLE  Blarri^Kti Aiiuounceuionfct  ' This is how the editor of the Hum-  bolt (Kan.XlIcrald recently announced  his marriage: Mr. A. F'. McCarthy  (that's us) Miss Nannie Fisher (tbat's  more of us) were united in niarriago  'Wednesday; July 27, at 10 a.m. The  ceremony was followed by a sumptuous  repast, which wa have only a faint recollection . of. Some way, events  seemed to crowd on each other' then."  notice.  Notice is hereby given that I, Thomas Ily-  laud, rancher, Moyie, B. C, intend thirty duya  after date to npnly to the chief comm.issioner  of lands aud works Jtor_rt special liceuse undei  laud acts lo cut and convey timber on the following described lands situated in the yicinuy  ef Moyie aforesaid, tov.'it: The northeast corner post of said lands is situated about one nnd  one-half miles from the west side of upper  Moyie'lake at the upper end'thereof; thence  south 12u chains, thence west, SO chaius,  thence north 120,cnains. Uience cast bO chains,  To place of commencement, containing 1.000  ocres or therly.     , ,  THOMAS 1LYLA.ND.  Moyie, ?lth. November, 1900.     -  ,' 3-3.!.'  THE.LkKE   SHORE  c  Barbej Shop.  Hot, Cold and Vapor Bathp0  Opposite   Gosmopoiiten    Hotel  W. t.'JrOISY Pi-op.  Bread delivered  to cny part of the city.  i f i      .  HES. CAKES AND Ef a  Always on Hand. '   .  A, SLINNjProp;,  . ��� ' i  Clothing,  Gents5    Furriishirig^,  BootSj Shoes, Hats, Gloves^ Etc.  A Doof? Wy'tdry.  ft is a myt'tory tvhy women endure  Backache, Htvdacho, Nervousness,  Sleep!'>���>��>"' --', Mi'lancholy, Fainting  'ind (Y.zzv iipollu when thousands have  pr'jv.d that Electric Bitters will quickly i'iire such troublco. "I suffered for  years with kifh:ey trouble," writes Mm.  Phebo Cherley. of Toterson, la'., "and  a lame bac'.: pVj'ned nie go I could not  dress ir.ysi.'lf, but Electric Bitters  wholly cured uie, and although 73  vent's ol'i, I now !UC4ible to do all my  liousfwork." Il, overcomes Constipation, improve? appetite, givr.a perfect  heahh. Only 50c at P. 1>. Hope's  drug store  NOTICE.   .  Notice is hereby given that I, Michael Sbeidj,  of Moyie, B. C, contractor, intend thirty days  after date to apply to the chief commissioner  of lauds and works for a special - license under  hind act to cut aud carry away timber on tho  following discrrbed lnuds hi mated in the vicinity  of Moyifc aforesaid, towil: The nor- heast comer  post of said lands is situated about three miles  west of.lhe lower end of upper Moyie fake and  north of Lauib creek;, theuce 'JbO chains west-,-  theuce 20 cUi'in*- south; thence *'S0 chaiu's e��At  liienfc^Oohi'.-ii*- ncth to plfce oi commencement couiain.'iig 1,000'!>t'ro*3 or thereby.  MICHAEL SUEADV.  Moyie, 2Hh November. WOO. ��-32,  EAST KOOTENAY . BOTTLING CO,  CRANBROOK, B   C\  Areated Waters of all  HOnds.  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and Syplieiik,  MOVIE DAIRY. ,  Fresli new milk delivered hV all  parts of town twice a day. Satisfaction guranteed.  Mrs. Adelaide Dill, l>rop.  COME AND SEE US.  Victoria Ave.; Moyik, B. d  FOR THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF  'VOl��Agg  , t.  rCLL A'i THE  WM, MILLS' Proprietor;  Miners   tieadquartera. '* Good   acconimodations  for travolers  .lir[uorB ftud cigars kept iu etdc)*::; J  JBesfc   wines  Store  A  Jjiiteliman'H Ailt ertioii��ent��i.  Ono nilo de odder day, whin I was  hin atf-nke in my deep, 1 hear .sornc-  . ding vol, i ui".i>ia viio irot tiliust riyht  in zny pari', and I out , chumps mid  di*r fii'd anij runs mid1 de pirn oud  alr.'jtly, and yan\I vas derecomc I seels  'dat'mine-great pig iron gray mare  lKic-s pen tied loos and runs mit de  stable off, hoo cfur vill.him back pring  J'������liu-i pay him bu mutch as itcustom-  ���iryis.    Yah.bhure .1. vil! do it.  ' KOTICE. ���  Notice 19 hereby given, that I, Philip ' Jaine'  CrJiill, of .Moyie, li, C, merchant, intends  thirty dsys 'M'rerdiitc lo apply to the chief commissioner, oi .lands and works , for a special  license under land acts to cut' and carry away,  timber on the following described lauds situated  in the-vicinity of Moyie aforesaid, to*,\it: The  iiorrh'jur.t ccrucr post of said lands i^_ situated  about iv.-o and one half miles v/c:;t from lhe  v.*. per end of upper oyio lijV.c; thence soulh  ���210 chains, thence wost'-tC chains, thence north  '210 chains, thanes east '0 ch;*,ins; J.p nlade of  comnicncemcul; contiiirnr.g l,0u0 - ncros or  thcreiy. PUlLlf J/ M^5 0/ IITi.I-  Moyicj '2'JUr Nov. 1900. 3-.T2.  J, I. McllNTOSH, Tr6i\  QrjBEN^s Avfiaujs. MOYIE, B. C.  -rlohii Brydeii  IAYEM(  NJELS025,  B. C  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  R, A. SMITH;      Moyie.  a  Has jusfc received from the east  a large assortment of new  Woolens, including Scotch,  English.and American suitings,  trowserings and overcoatings,  , and is in a position to offer the  best satisfaction in style and fit  towards his patrons; Call early  and inspect the stock.  South Victoria St.,  Moyie, B.  C.  Lake Shore Addition  MOYIE, B0 C,  FOE, FURNITURE   AND   COMPLETE HOUSE  u i  Furnishings,   Stoves,   Hardware,  Clothing, and Groceries, .  Call on  J  Agent'for  the Hamilton Powder Company, and Shorrin' Williams'-painls  We will be open for business in Moyio in a short'time.  fM  .. w,.  next do bit to blacksmith siiop.       Victoria Street,  UNION BARBER SHOP  AKB BATH ROOMS.  X.K. COX.LXNS. Pronr.  MOYtE, B. C.  ' J',  The  only  house   in   East    Kootnay    ^  heated throughout v:it]i hotai'-. ','  ITCTICIi.  i'.otice is hereby gh on tl-.atl. Anthony O .-Kciiy,  o�� Moyie, R. C, intei.us Ihirty days after <^ate to  apply to tlio chief cci'-iiiif.aonci- of -lend' -t-vd  work;', for a.speciirl l:ccn::c r.udcr ..1't.r'i! .r.^tir tc  to cutaiid carry av.-riy-tJ.rnber.'Jt,..'-t-l-.C-1f��llftv,ir'nfe-  described lands .situated''.in..the. vicinity ,of  Moyie aforesaid, ;i.o\vit:/ The- nori.he.aiit .ccrncr  -postof said lauds isr:ituatcd.nearvth'S-unps| end  of upper,Moyie.lake ftou'tinc wid .l��k"c jbtr.- the  wect' side thereof; thenee south,;?'? 'clir.ins,  therise we::tA) chains, thrnfe north '2i0-chains,  theuce east .10 chains to place oi commence  m'eiit containing 1,000 acres or thereby,  ANTHONY O'KKLLV.',  Mbyie, 2-l'tli Nov. 10()0. ���'--:��.  ."  ~Q  First clasc in every respect. Special  rates to boarders. Good cample^ room  for Qonimercial men,  F.urcpoan plan.    Open day'and nighi  n. n, skm.1 vrop.  CRAHBROdE:; '"*- '"ri B.. C'. \  '���ttjsfh ^rr^sfHysfits^t. js^Z-.s^jAcJrJr !&-t-**is&t'.ski.&t :^yy  moyie b, c;  %j.e Now Open and Ready For  Business With a Full Line of  Staple and Fancy  fa  You are Invited to Insoect Stock.  iimsrxT-'  ^-'^ ^^ ^ yT^yertxzsw^iTv irr ^tj^ctk.'*  mUAMLW..TI.fc.^^.1-T1|1^   j. J1|  j. | ^  FOE FD��E  III  ?B'.  C?-  '>"*(���  %��.  ]  mc  th^  mc  en  ap  yo  no  th<  pa  tie  ag'  du  wL  wi  IS'  Lai  , L  cbo  jsh  fai  JiO.1  old  pie  las  1  cd  noc  ��'ip  BL  can  del  JUo  Col  boa  wo  "1  nnn  gesl  i^^^m^r&i^^^^^i^ THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,    B.    C.  Heroic Treatment. ,  In Guiana If n child is slow in lis  movements the parents apply an ant to  the child instead of a whip to make it  move faster. This little nnt bites more  cruelly than o mosquito, and its bite la  apt to be troublesome afterward. As  you can Imagine, this treatment does  not make the child kind to others, nnd  the children of (Juinna arc* said to Ire  particularly cruel to animals. Tlio little boys ln Guinea do not, reckon their  age by years, but by their ability to endure pain. Until he gi'ts to "tlie point  where ho can lot the Hucu ant bite him  without wincing he is considered merely aba hy.  LOVE OF COUNTRY.  The-  -or  Low anil Lund.  <*y were assmiil of �� siK'ce.svfi,! .oa-  fion of gralid opera, irt least from a tiiriri-  <iul standpoint.. Am*r<Iiuj*.Jy the ni.-ni-  n^er dercri-ed to tbe iwo widety, wonim  iv ho had made this thing possibles  "I prefer Italian opera," said one.  "The music is so soft and low."  "Ah. hut  Walter i.*, my choice!"  "Ves. bur ��'ie Italian interferes hut little with trie- conversation in the boxes."  "True, but Wagner will give us au excuse for talking all the louder."  Do Not Trifle  with danger���and remember  $.very cough or cold means  clanger.  Ladies of Canada :  Love of country, is the strongest  characteristic, of the average Brit--  isher. Nor is it developed less-in'the  fair Colonist. See her bosom expand with, pride'as sho speaks of the  old country. Hear her dilate on the  pleasant time she had when, there  last.  There was nothing she-' enjoyed so much as tho pleasant afternoon tea. ' And why ? Because she.  sipped tlie pure product (GREEN1 Oil  J3LA.C1C) of Ceylon and India. She  can buy, both in Canada . now. ', The  delicious Salada, Blue Ribbon or  JSlonso'on packets await her pleasure.  Colonist.  MINARD'S LINIMENT Lmalwrmaii'8 Fried  The Wicked   Little Germ.  "Microbes attack their victims when  they nre worn out."  "That's so; we read nbout them until  we nre dead tired, and then lLey take  a moan nd vantage of us."���Indianapolis -Torir'-i!il.  HOTEL BALMOMI,^^^.^^.^;  ' Undertook Too   Muoh.  '- "George." said Mrs. Ferguson, "for  heaven's, sake1' stnUghien ' up!' You're  worse hump shouldered than ever."  - "Laura." retorted'Mr.' Ferguson, "be  satisfied with having married inc. to  reform mo. When yon try to're-slmpi*  me, yon are undertaking too much."���  Chicago Tribune.  I was enred of a   bad   case   of Grip  by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Sydney; O.B. ���     ,,        ��� O. I. Lague.'  I was cured of loss of voice by MINARD'S LLNIMENT..  Yarmouth.    ' Charles Pluniinor.'  " 1 was cured of Sciatica" Rheumatism  by MINARD'S LINIMENT.    ���'  Brr;tin,.Nfld. Lewis S. Butler.  ' A Mutter of Choice.  ,"Yes, 1 know yon-'cau walls better  than I can." the Chinese woman s.iid  to the wife of."the American missionary, "but I equ breath" frerdy,' and  you can't."  Why I!.* Wept.  "Why are you crying, sonny?"  "Me    Lu-udder's    runned    away    from  ilOllli'." r .     ' ���  "All'   Vou love your brother?"  "N.*i\v:   inn   he  Imdrr't   no  business  fer  in     go    vMilout    tukin    nie    wid    him.  St.,i." I....* J"  will cure your cough or, cold  at once. It will heal and  strengthen your lungs. It is  a safeguard for yb'u always.  Take it at the first indication  of a cough or cold.  Rev. Mb. Pattow of Toronto writes: " I  used two bottles of Shiloh and take pleasure  is recommending it. There is nothing like it  for cou;h. ihroal and lung trouble.  Slriloli h Consumption Cnr�� it* sold by all  <lrug-<;i��ta In Canada anil Unft��d State* at  35c, 00c Ql.OOr �� bottle. In Great Britain  ��t In. *<!., 2t>. 3d, and 4s. 6d. A printed  guarantee foen wltli every bottle. II'you  art* not satisQod goto your druggist and  gt)t your money buck. '  Vrile for illustrated ' book on Consoraption. Sent  wirhout cost to you.'  S. C Wells & Co.- Toronto.  R Jem on In ry  Instruction.   '  Mrs.   I'.rov.'ii-.Mi'1-.   Jom-s  li.-is joined  one of those "eoiTei-lroudonee xclrxils.  Mrs. Smith���What lists she k'-rniedV  Mrs.   lirown���Wv'll.  slie  has  learned  not to di'pi'nd on her husband lo mall  I .or correspondence.���Harper's Bazar.  iris'Tlieery.  A novel explanation of the cause of  thunder showers v.-as once pive-n, a sojourner In a little Xova Scotia town by  oij<" of tire inhabitants.  , "Do you know what makes thun-  'derV" the Nova Scotiarr fnuulred of his  iruwt. "I've got a theory of'my own,  and I call it a pretty good one."  "I should like to hear it," was the  diplomatic reply.  "Well,",' said the host slowly, "my  'idea is this: You know,,we hear about  the air' circulating and circulating all  the time. Jly notion is that the pure  air from above comes down here in  summer and gets foul with all tire  smoke' aud dirt and grease, and then  the heat drives it up again into tho  clouds, and when it gets up there it's  pressed on all round by the clouds coming together, and It, explodes!' That's  my theory. Of course," be added, with  btccming mod'' ty, "other folks may  have otherB      /outlr's Companion.  T  SWEETEST  SONGS BUT TELL,  OP  'OF SADDEST THOUGHTS.  A STORY FROM LIFE  SHOWING HOW SUPPERING CAN  ' BE OVERCOME.   '���  "'WB'LLTAK' A CUP C)\,  KINDNESS."  Though Women's mindd, like Winter winds.  May shift and turn an' a' that.  To love of" Scandal, Tea an' friends���  They're constant still, for a,' that,!  An' so awa'  wi',  Foreign Tea's,  Doon ������wi' Japan an' a' that !  Ceylon Green Tea they loe'  the best,  And  whit'  a Crime dnur ca'   that ?  For it's  the tea,  aboon  the hive,  They dearly loc" an' it' that���  Blue Ribbon, and Saluda, too,  And  bra'w Monsoon,  an' a'  that���  Because, you sec,  'Iwixt you im' mc,  Japan,  the Line they dra.' at.  For syne-the first are, British Teas,  , They loo' ihcni weel, an' a'  that !  Though' some may prate o' ither teas  An'  flaunt Japan, an' a,' that���  The lassies say they'll hae' their way,  An'  di-inli Ceylon' for a!' that I    ���  For a' that, an,! a' that;���  Awa' Japan,  an' a'  that���  The bonnie tens they loe.' the best  Aro Empire Grown,' an'  a'  that !  The nbovo suggestion, .from a fair  Canadian correspondent, "with apologies to Burns." has been gratefully  received and immediately adopted by  ���Colonist.  An   Occult   Influence.  "The fortune teller told me that some  powerful Intlnouce was standing between me and success iu life."  "Do you suspect any ,oueY"  "1 can't decide whether it is our baby or the coolc."  Willy WorrloH the Teacher.  "Sny. teacher, here's a snake called the  nnnycondi, nn it takes it n week to'digest its food."  "Yes. Willie.    What of it?"  "Well, would it he right to sny it hnd  a weak di*,*estionV"���Cleveland Plain  Dealer.  ________��_���  A Mill Operator Who Suffered I"roai Sidney Trouble Spent ilauy Dollars ia  UheleBS Experiment*! to Hestore UCls  Health.���Dr. "Willlnmb'i'luk I'Uls Acted Promptly and Ktfectively.  , i  Good health is the, chief requisite to  happiness, low spirits, moroseuess  and irritability can in. most cases be  teaced to ill health,,and'in not a few-  instances are direct symptoms ot kid-,  \hey trouble. These, added_ to the severe pains in the back, which accompany the disease, make the life of  the sufferer one of abject misery. One  such sufferer was Mr. Darius Dean, of  Jordan, Ont. Mr. Dean in an interview with a reporter recently, gave  his experience as follows :���"I am a  saw and grist mill operator, and naturally a strong man; but the life 'of  'a-'miilen'is'a'hard one,- with long  hours of labor and frequent exposure. ���-  Some, years, ago as the result of this  exposure I was atilicted with kidney  trouble, and although I spent'" much  money in various remedies I did not  find a cure until 1 was persuaded to  try Dr. Williams''' Pink Pilis. In the  autumn of 1S9S the trouble began to  assume an. aggravated form., I suffered from most severe pains in the  'back, and a feeling "of drowsiness  and yet so severe was the pain that.-  many, a night I scarcely closed my  eyes. Aiy appetite was poor, I suffered from headaches, lost flesh, was  miserable and wholly .unfit for work,  It was while in this condition that  I was advised to try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, and procured three boxes.  Before.J had finished the. third box  I felt much better, and' I then procured a half dozen boxes more. I  used all' these, but before they were  all gone I felt that my health was  fully restored.- In the interval since  then I have had just .one slight return of the trouble, and Dr. Williams  Pink Pills soon drove this out, and  my health since has been the vcr3r  best. I have gained much in weight,  eat and sleep well and consider myself "as healthy a person as there is  in the county; and the credit for this  I feel is entirely due to Dr. Williams'  Pink Pill's."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills increase  the supply and the richness of the  blood, and in this way cure physical  and functional' weaknesses. Most  other medicines simply act upon tho  symptoms of the disease, hence when  tho medicine is discontinued the patient is 'soon as wretched as ever.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills go directly  to the root of tho trouble and cure  to stay cured. Tlencc it is unwise to  waste nioney in experiments with  other medicine. * These pills are sold  by all dealers or will be sent post  paid at 50 cents a box or s-ix boxes  for $2.50 by addressing the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,   Drockville,   Ont.  Ai-tlflclnl   Ryes,  Artificial eye.-; are,supplied fo all the  World from Tnuringia, Gunnnny.  Near  ly all the grown inhabitants of some ol,  the villages are engapx*d in tli��ir inarm  facttire.    Four men usually sit at a la  b!e, each with a gas jet in���frout of hiin.  and the eyes aro Mown from gas plates  and molded into shape by bund.   The  colors are than  traced  in  wflh small  needles, no s?t rule/being observed in  the coloring, and as every man uses his  own fancy no two artificial eyes therefore are exactly alike.  D'-ar Ladiss :  What t'o you has been' for,many  months the saddest, yet sweetest  hour of the day,? Surely that when  in silence, alone, or ,in sweet communion with relatives or friends, you,1  have let your thoughts dwell on 'the  dear absent ones in' Africa. - Your  hopes and fears, your prayers and  tears have gone forth to them. And  was not, that the hour of afternoon  tea. ? ���  'ifour soldiers' comrades���the British planters���make Uie delicious  G-UEEN teas of Ceylon., and India.  This, alone should incline you to try  these teas. Japans have no such claim  oa you,- and axe, besides, of Joferr'or  qualities. Monsoon, Salada and Blue  Ribbon brands are all good.���Colonist. :'  Aft for Haart's anil take no. oilier.  Xo Time  to  Lone  Judge���How old are you, madam?  Witness (hesitatingly)���1 am���that is,  I- '  Judge���Out with-It!   Tho longer you  -rait the older you growl���-Uer Floh.  "B   Bf  Is Uric Acid in the blood.  Unhealthy kidneys are tho  cause bf the acid being:  there. If tha kidneys acted  us they should they would  strain "tha Urio Acid out  Cif tha system and rheumatism wouldn't occur. Rheumatism Is a Kidney Drs-  ease. Dodd's Kidney Pills  have* made *��� great part of  their reputation curing-  Rheumatism. So get at  tho causa of those fearful  shooting- pains and. stiff,,'  aching: joints. Ther��  but ono sure way���      I  Ifl  A Pnrfinn'H Pun.  A writer in The Cornhill Magazine  credits the late Canon Bingham with  the following bit of wit:, '  He was driving 'one day %vith other  clergy to a clerical meeting, when the  conversationV.turned upon the. meaning  of the" two' places they were nearing,  Wool and Wareham, In the county of  Dorset  VHowVdo yon account for the origin  of these names, Canon Biughani?" asked one of the party. V   .  "Don't you know this.is a sheep county," replied the canon, "and at Wool  you wool the sheep and at Wareham  you wear 'em V"-. ; '  LA "TOSCANA,     FACTORY,Montreal  i'  Mcr, Fot*! Iris's.  Ilusbaud (looking at'his wife's check  book)���Vou should numbei-'evory check  you send out.  Wife��� But 1 don't want to. dear. 1  am ashamed,to,lei tbe bank know-how  many I use.���Life.  jeep MINAED'S LINIMENT ia tne - Hoasg;     : -  Dust of tho pea Is one of the mysteries which perplex sailors. N'o .minter  how carefully the decks of sailing ships  may he washed down inVtbe morning  tin enormous quantity of dust can be  swept tip at night. , ���  SIX OILS. ��� The most conclusive testimony, repeatedly laid before- the public in  the columns of the daily proas, proves that  Db. Thomas' Eclecthic Cit>���an absolutely  pure combination of six of tho finest remo-  dial oils in existence���remedies rheumatic-  pain, eradicates affections of the throat and  lungs, and cares piles, wouuds, sores, lameness, tumors, burns, and injuries of horses  and cattle.  A smile is the reflection of a light,  heart.  MIMD'S LINIMENT Is used by physicians.  you  lss*  ��� C��,ih;>>".sk1c>����i.   '  Mrs.   Hibbits���Where   were:  niciit, rny dear'' .  Mr. Hibbifs���Renlly. my love. I dont  know;' I had no.���giiidebookl-^Ohio State  Journal. '         THEY NEVER FAIL���Mr. S. M.'Bough-  ' iltari feiioii"  BANKERS ANI)  BROKERS. . ..  362 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  /���:,�������;"''.  Stocks and bonds; bought, sold and .^  carried   on  margin,    Listed-       m  mining stocks carried $  * Osier, Mwik Nil"  BROKERS, ETC.,  Dominion Bank Building, Winnipeg  ner, Langton, writes; "For about two years  I was troubled with Inward Piles, but by using Parmelee's Tills. 1 was completely cured,  and although four yours have elapsed srnce  then they nave not returned.'" Parmelee's  Pills aro anti-bilious and a specific for tlio  cure of tho Liver rind Kidney Complaints,.  Dyspepsia,, Oostiveness, Headache, Piles,  gJS^?Su- S"cSKSffiS^ -fe^tlon, and re- * J^^^^,^,,  Money lent at lowest rates.  ' Stocks and bonds bought and sold.  Railway  and other farm lands in \��  Manitoba and N. W..T. for sale. j��  Maps and  folders sent on applica- x*  tion.  Gait coal from Lei abridge.  Prices quoted to all railway points.  ��        A Ciillninry Artist.  Muprgins��� I was at Bjones' chafing dish  party last night. He'1* not much of a  success as a cook. ��� ,  Lugguis��� Oh, I don't know! 'Uve heard  that whe.) he gets honfe.it 3 a. ra:- and  his wife is waiting 'ip' for him he cim  cook up a storv rlVat' would' moke 'your  lidir furl.���Phihuli'l'ibia  Itecord.    ' i  %^tA^- L -  It's something new In  the field of medicine to  meet with a man who  positively knows what  his remedy will do, and  is willing to wait for  his fee until the work  is done. I ' am that  way.'' I know that my  Electric Belt will euro  where every other  treatment fails. To  make you feel secure I  don't ask for my' pay  until you are cured.  The Dr. McLaughlin Way  It took me twenty years to perfect  my appliance and the way I now use,  it, but there is no guesswork about"  'it now. As sure as an engineer knows-  that he can pump steam into his boilers and make his engine' go, I know  that I can pump electricity into" your  body and make it ,.go, and go right.  There's no guesswork about the engineer's task, as he has learned his  trade. 1 have learned mine in the  same way���by experience, and know  what I can do.  If you are broken down from hard  work or any other reason ; if your  nerves are shaky ; if you have those  '���come and go" pains in the back,  shoulders and hips; if youi- stomach  is weak, your kidneys and 'bladder  ailing, or if you are a man or woman with any trpuble which you  have tried in vain to cure with drugs  I will cure you first and you can pay  mc afterward.  My appliance cures while you sleep  and causes no  bother.   ,  SPECIAL NOTICE-  I��<you have a belt of the burning kind or a " no electricity"  band which has disappointed you, bring it in and I will allow  you half price of mine for it,  C A F I TO HAV and Befc a free test of my'Bolt. If you can't call write for my beau-  WYLL, IWUA.X tifully illustrated 80-pnge book, which I will eend, sealed, FREE. .-  Address, inclosing this advertisement, ���  BR.   M.   B.   AEcLAUpnifLN, 130   Yonge St., Toronto.  There never was', imd-never- will be,- a  universal panacea, in one remedy, for all ilia  to which flesh is heir���the' very nature of  many curatives being such ��� that were the  germs of other and differently seated diseases , rooted in the system of tho . patient���  what would relieve one ill in turn would aggravate tbe oth^r. We have, however, in  Quinine Wine, when obtainable in a sound,  ���unadulterated state, a remedy for many and  grievous ills. By its gradual and judiciouij  "use the frailest systems .aro led into convalescence and strength by the influence which  Quinine exnvts on nature's own restoratives.  It relieves the drooping spirits of those with  whom a chronic state of morbid despondency and lack of interest in life is a disease,'  and, by tranquilizing the nerves, disposes to  sound'and refreshing sleep���impart,-} vigor  to the action of the blood, which, being  stimulated, courses throughout the veins,  strengthening the healthy animal functions  of the system, thereby making activity a  necessary-result, strengthening the frame,  and giving life to the digestive organs, which  naturally demand increased substance���re-  salt, improved appetite. Northrop <fc Lyman,  of Toronto have given .to' the public their  superior Quinine Wine at the usual rate, and,  gauged by the opinion of scientists, this  wine approaches nearest perfection of any in  the market.   All druggists sell it.  ��� TWO LOVERS.  Run  Over 11 im.  "Ob, Mrs, Smith, do you know that  your son.Bills*.has beeu run over by a  train V"  "Ob,    dear,   dear!      My   poor   boy!.  Whatever shall   1   do?     Where  did" it  jiappt'iiV"  ���   "Lndonmiitb the railway,arch.    Bil-  y's standins: l hen* now!"���London Fun.  Tbe great lung healer is found iri that excellent medicine sold as Bickles' Anti-Con-  gitrnptive Syrup. It soothes.and diminishes  the Eonsibility of the membrane of the  throat" and air passages, and is a sovereign  remedy for, all coughs, colds, hoarseness,  pain or soreness in the chest, bronchitis, etc.  It has cured many when supposed to be far  advanced in consumption.  Whose baby is loveliest?  Mother's' own.  _A.11 ��� around   the   world���north;1   noulh,   east,  west��� "  Hers alone 1  For whether it be a Chinese tot,  With eyes aslant'and a shaven crown,'  Or a dear little-girl of the land of the frea  Or a toddling prince in Londontoft-n  Or the one rare treasure a Sudan slave  Hugs (o her heart, all wee and brown,  Each in its mother's ficntJe pride   '  ls fairer than all the woild beside.  i'   '      ' i ,  Whose mother is loved the best?  Baby's own. c  She whose cheeks was first caressed���  She alone.  For whether she be an Eskimo . ��� ,  Or colored mammy or stately queen  Or a wandering organ grinder's wife,  Jingling and beating- her tambourine,  In every land where children are  The baby eyes from their deep, sorene  Gaze, raptuie bound by the tender grace  la the mother's bended, love lit face.  'Instrument!), Drams, Uniforms,Eto.  EVERY TOWN CAN HAVE A BAND.  Lowest prices ever quoted.   Fine catalogue  60'.! Illustrations mailed free.   Write as for any '  thin* In Music or MusiciU Instruments.  Wlialey Royce & Co., ^fiagfeSi. ;  J^3SEI222X-EK-ZI-2'S3-I*2iE^I-2iECfl  , SLEEPLESSNESS is due to nervous ex-  citement. The delicately constituted, the,  financier, the business man, and those whose  occupation necessitates great mental strain  or worry, all surfer less or more from it.  .Sleep is the great restorer of a worried brain,  and to get, sleep cleanse tho stomach from  all impurities with a few doses of Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills, gelatine coated, containing  no mercury, and are guaranteed' to give satisfaction or the money will be refunded.,  ' Caunlly the Case.  Askingtou���Who whs your friend  whom I saw" you walking with this  afternoon V  Teller���Hob! He wasn't a friend.  That's my brother-in-law. ��� Harper's  Bazar.  A Cnrions-'Combat,  A traveler In South Africa witnessed  aot lonjr since a singular combat. lie  was'musing ono morning^ "with his eyes  on the ground, whim hc noticed a caterpillar crawling aloug'at a rapid rate.  Pursuing hihi was a host of small  black ants.  ��� .P.ciiig quicher la tholr movements,  ���ho ants would catch up -with tho cator-  -.illar. and one -would mount his back  aiid bite him. Pausing, the caterpillar  would turn his head And'bite and kill'  ';ls tormentor. After slaughtering a  doKcn or more of his persecutors the  caterpillar showed signs of fatigue.  The nuts made a combined attack. Be-  :.-U;i:ig himself to a stalk of grass, the  ���aterpillar climbed up the tree tail first,  followed by the ants. As one approach-  '<! he seized it in his jaws and threw It  iff the stalk.  The ants, seeing that the caterpillar  had too strong n position for them to  overcome, resorted to strategy. They  began sawing through tbe grass stalk.  In iv few minutes the'"stalk fell, and  hundreds of ants..pounced v.ron the  fallen caterpillar.������,. He,was killed at,  mce.'and'the'victors-marched off In  ;rciit triumph, leaving tho foe's body  ulion the field. '���    ',:  The   Wrotch.  'She-rThis   magazine   srys  'inoi'l lis are uo, U'u  women.  He������Rat, of course,  ilifv  will bi> worn  ooeii. as hei.'tot'ni-e.-  Chiciyo X��ws.  thnt   small  iw f.-i.thionnhic ainoin;  HE   RAN   A  MILE  and so would many a young'  lady, rather than take a bata  without the "Albert"  BABY'S OWN SOAP  It leaves the skin -wonderfully soft  anil fresh, and its laint fragrance is extremely pleasing.  Ueware of Imitations.  ALBERT TOILET SOAP CO., Mfrs.  g| MONTREAL.  eiy  iamoods.  ������"���;���   , ������   A Test. ��� ���'���  Edith (to Ef bol. who has just'returned  from Europe)���Ob,  Mhel, were you sea-  sii-1-? ���'-  ���  LSthel-Sensiek!     Why,   Edith,   I   went  in'.o the stateroom and sat down on my  host hat, and I. didn't care I���Lif<*  There is moro Catarrh in this section of th��  country than all other diseases put together,  Mid until the last, few yours w-as supposed to be  incurable. For'a Ri-ent ninny years doctors pronounced ifc a local dlseasu, anel prescribe! local  remedies, and t>y constantly failing to oure  with local treatment, pronounced it incurable,  Scleni'ohas proven catarrh to be-a'constitutional disease, and therefore i equires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V. J. Chrney &Co.., Toledo, Ohio',  ls the only constitutional cure on the market.  Ifc Is taken internally in doses from in drops fco  a teaspoonful It ��cfej directly on tho blood and  mucous *u; facos of the system. Thoy offer one  hundred.dollars for any case It fails to oure.  Send, for circulars and leatiinoniala.  Address,      F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.  Sold by Drugpl.^ts, 7Sc.  Halls Flunily Pills are the best.  When on a diamond buying trip to'  the cutters at Amsterdam, we never  forget to supply ourselves well with;  four "special" sizes, viz. :  For our    S-��5 Diamond Ring,  For our     $50  DiamoDd Ring.  ,'-  For our    $75 Diamond Ring.     ;  For our $1 oa Diamond Ring. '   '���,'  Every one of these diamonds must  be of such a quality that the':niost  critical cannot find a fault, fqr a  "Special" Diamond Rintr from  Ryrie's must be of "first quaiity1"  always. _,  Send for our Ring Catalogue.  .DIAMOND  HALL, '  Established 1854..  RYRIEBROS.,  Yonge and Adelaide Sts,,  ITORONTO,  , Complete Stock of  OSTSINLPHODUG  Constantly on Hand.  J^~Mail Orders Promptly Attended to."^a  THE ANDERSON PRODUCE CO.  ���Winnipeg, Man.  oix^srip oxsroiE-i.  (Trade Mark Registered November 24,1890.)  Dr. Sancbe agrees to take Instruments bach  at h*K price If parties using them aro not benefitted after using for five weeks.  F. Free, Winnirx-g, says: I have used "Oxyd-  onor" for.two weeks for Bronchitis and Catarrh, of the Head, and I feel ,lke a new man.  Mrs. jT. Ii. Cook, Winnipeg, 'Bays: I had suffered untold agonies from Bright^s Disease, and  it j-ellcved mo of Pain, and la six weeks I t��i  oured.,..        > *: ���  Mr. W. G. Ellwortliy, "Winnipeg, says: I have  sufle ed for (?} years with articular rheumatism]  was in hospital for 5 weeks, and used almost  every remedy, including mesmerism galvanism, electrlo belt, etc. I bare used Oxydonor  10 days and received more benefit than from  1 nything else. ' '     i!  Mrs: Gagner. Winnipeg, says: t have used 1*  beneficially with .my'family whenever sick,  and it -has cured nio of severe Indigestion mid 1��  grippe- '',  Sub-dealers wanted In every district. Addrcs��  Wm T. Gibbins, Grain Exchange, Winnipeg.  " Send for Booklets of grateful reports,  ���4-  To Loan on improved farms at current rates.   Write to  NAKES,'KOHINSON &  BLACK,  ''.''.'��� WINNIPEG,  MAN. '���'  ^^.��^.��^.��^4>��*^.��^*e��-f-'��*-4-**>*-f-**��*-4"'**^'  Catholic Prayer ^eV^ISS  ulars, Religious Pictures. Statuary, and Church  Ornaments, Educational Works. " ail orders receive prompt attentionv]), & J, JadliBr & C0.,H0IltI8al  I, Lire undersigned, representing Jos.  Ullmarin, wish to inform those handling Furs that 1 am in the market. I  pay full market prices at'the time I  receive ��� shipment, tmd make prompt  returns. Trice lists are misleading  on a changing market. Ship me  your furs often, and keep posted by  the returns you get from  Or- "W-   DB^XJJ3"^7'I3>T  Office, Over J. Y. Uriffin '& Co., 147  JBannatyne St. East.  V. O. iiox OGl,  WINNIVKG, Man.  Jfarrled women should all  knowof Golden Seal, "Tb��  Wife's Friend," �� certain  oure for Leucorrhea and  all Irrogularitios. Hoi-  bson used by thousand*  of women. A trained  nurse will answer all enquiries. SI.00 per box,  , sufficient lor one sooth ���  treatment. Addreu Golden  Seal Medical Co., TeronU,  Out. ��ad Winnipeg, Man.  For mi1�� by til Drnettetl  Manufactured bv THOS. I.E.E, Winnipeg,  W. N. U.   303 ^  ���i~tt��Zs*&B^?!E!!i7??~S?i?2  ;JH7x*aa-VC!&  SOISSOKL.VCTTT.il s.  The family jar is frequently'a jug  A wild cl'iase-���"quil} drivjug,'  Gold find yjarrirr-v-'  .mke.  The same \.,ay 7,01.1*  **be girl indices.  i  winter  clam  I MisS'lHal'yiAs'sO^aa.  8-, 1 Siarovv&r, the ..t-r-e&d waa Q?Y and fJv>  ��    -  '  -I. ���_-  . . -   -���      .     ....  Head   ia   'jem,  drinhmg water vyas(pot.  <r V . ,-_ |r ,    Miss Mal-rina^vas i'air-oduced w�� hex  I fSrj VlrOinia   M.  Leed��* I ' fellow invalids, !Mrs. "Weeks" aad Miss  |efteri��<^*MQCKM^^ P��icft> ^ho TO aJre*df attht ^                                   , when she catered, and she -r.-asnaving-  T, ���  ,, ���     j tr*��� ��r *.   1 a very nice xiiue >vitli them, comparing  It was all on account, ot Miss Mai- *- ���      ' ,  ,     '     , x        ,  .", T.  , : ,    -,  ,,��    ���> symptoms, when a lootsiep aud aixuuiu  vjniasorgtui.  If she hadn't had anorgan     r. ^   ^"> .  .     -  ,n,������ +t,^^���  ���*     ,   , , ���  ,        . ���,,   1 voice caused ner to look up.   Then there  t<>,-,,.i- i- r,-,.. ^-, ,-r��,- ,.���������!-- > ,r 1.- v.-,,.* w.lo , rt would probably never have liappeiiea, ,   ��� ...     >/-,(' ^x.i ���,*.���,-  1-suck Lee*-id ireouently ji u*?ui aituie ,f f -at" ' occurred to poor Jttiss Malvina the1 one  ���     . ,       - ���    ,       - 1 The dicuonarv doclaxv-s t-riafc an organ ��� v. ,     *,.��.  To keep   fihl* frcr,:: .-u: oiling���out oti;  tiioir nose-.;:  is  jn the long run.  "      Sonic veumen ate l.:ing_.  but a jaw forever.  A young man   in  seedy   appirrel  ���not a suitable person.  It is lire clean tablecloth that catch-  fs tlie early grease spot.  ���   Dinner 'dresses are'won. very   uill~->r  by those oi good appetite.  To cut cif an'enemy's flank necessitates a mti Hilary operation.  True merit is iik/e a river���the deeper it is, the less noise it inakGS.  The   platform   is   woman's   proper'  , sphere. "Most of them arc borhiecti.rers.  . '   A proof reader's   society;  in   Boston)  ���' calls itself the f'Hoqae''of   correction."  Men are lilce   wagons;    they   rattle  prodigiously when tliero 'is nothing  in  them.  Scum invariably raises. Remember,  yquug men, there is always room at  tlie top.       ' '        \  1 ,- r. . . . > f)  IF a musician enjoys himself with-'  out'"measnro,!' oan hs' have p, good  time?" ,  A. 11 editorj only married a week ago,,  . yesterday   printed,   a   fierce    article  against "bossism."  A Idberal Priest,  ,. Al'ontrenV. Jan. 3.���T'ho daughteres of  the Empire   have   presented   Father  ' p'Leary v/ith'a golden chalice mounted'  on a silver  base   and ,a   gold, paten  They referred to his kindness in regarding the Protectant burial service  over  ��� Protestant dead on ibe field' 'of battle.  This reference, is of special interest,  as certain people in Quebec-are finding  fault with O'Leary as aCatholic priest  i for reading the church of England  . burial service over protestants. The'  ���presentation was made almost entirley  by Protestants. In his reply father  O'Lary'said : "This oountry is to small  .for bigotary and broad enough for all  to live together in harmony."  organ  ! ��uch as Miss Malvina pcxsses&tid is "a,  eveux of her life.  j,-',,,,!... y "        "    *       x    -i     -\ "   ��� '*��� ,���! ,\i','     The J2-en.il em an of ilhe nerves land eo  tvauty   mombrane-us receptacle, xhe principal | ���    ,^*.^-    ������.������* ^x,^+��,,,,.  u Somctliiiiq: X,ike It.  Mamma���Bobby, do you remember  tlie text last Sunday?  Bobby���Yes, ma'am, I think it' was  "Many are cold, but few are frozen'.-"   -  l^ots for Sale.    Money to Xoaii.  Lois for sale in all parts ,-of '���town.  Jlouey to loan. Agent for.Karn and  Williams pianos. *- Have other special  bargains.    Before investing see  Box 17. D.J.Elmer.'  Halcyon Hot Springs*  The most complete health resort on  the continent of North 'America. Situated midst scenery unrivalled for  granduer. THE HALCYON HOT  SPRINGS Sanitarium, Halcyon Hot  springs, Arrow Lake, B.' 0. Bcsidcnt  pin-sreinn and nurse,, Boating fishing  and excursions. ', Telegraphic communication with all parts of the  world.' Two riiails arrive anci depart  daily. Tornis, $15 (0 $18 per week  according to residence in hotel or  villas. Its baths euro all nervous and  muscular diseases. Its waters heal all  kidney, liver .and stomach troubles.  The baths and waters aro an iuvalu  bio remedy for silver and lead poison*  ng. ���"     ' ' '  ���������S"B  . Foi. Sai,r.���A. six room hottrfo and  lot in Lake Shore addition. For particulars apply at ibis oflice.  E. A. ELTOlSr,  Commission   and    rm-Hiranco  Ageni.  NKW   V011ICLJEE, 0  LONDON AND LANCASllIRW,  ri-LCF,NIX OK KKW YOliK  organ of-dig-estion, in which iood is prepared for nonrishiiig thebod.y.">  Perhaps .Miss Malvisia'G orgcai xvae a  membrajious recfa'ptael-5. *llier*e -A\*re no  absbhn*, rrroofs to tlie contrary���^but  that, it w;is an organ c*f- dige��tioaa was  simply a Blanarer. ' Thero was no digestion about it. It was jiidig-estion'all the  way through. TLg iood tliiit went into  it, if it inado lip its mirid 'tto reinain,  did'n't nourish her. Ixxly in. 'tibe least'and  only fiubjectod her i-p every kihd. of discomfort.  Talc en as a whole," this organs ivhich  for lack of corroboration we -shall call ri  membranous roc^ptncle, wcus ts, i>arr<*4  organ 01 in*digesiidn'in'>v*.''liich nothing'  except torture'was prepared! for edtber  body or fio-ul,  IthadlcrfittojSfies Malvinafriends, fortune tfjnd huisband,' ' Tho forrner had  dropped off, one* by one, 'on account of  their pet specifics being- rejected by  either 'Miss Malvina pr her organ: the  second was a fine musical talent which  she might have turned to acexjupt hut  for -clie ttame> meianchoiy cause, and the  t'lmxr-was porhapa the most dieinal of  all. '    "      '  Col. Wilds, a gallant offioer, had in the  earlier days lost his heort'to Mtes Mal-  viDa, &n>l \wuldpo doubt have lnai-ried  her, but during a ��x>jour{i in India hfi  liafi feUwi. fkitisa io a Uvkr oompWat'i  v/liiiJ; c-o cUfigiiated him vfifch dkvrdfora  oi tli& femuasi jnnehJjwsy, that my  yoKtsg 'SvOfntiii jvo&sostfi^d ai so \inp(U--  uotiaible a thing os-aa'"org'an" hada'fc  the remotest c*h?wace with the gtallant'  officei.  Miss Sralvima, therefore, ,was simply  i;oi Ija it at Oil/ And 90 at the tirae our  story opona w&. And1 pocvr"Miss M'alvina  wretched, frieradless, piakly and dependent upon a disagreeable old aiint  ,To b& sickly is bad enoug-h ^dthout  being frierndleas, but't-3 ba both and to  hay-a a-n "organ" into the bargain i& hard  luck indeied,  lire. Smithsra, Miss Malvina's aunt,  was' a detestable person. 'She believed  thoroughlyinthe text that a'fool and his  money are soon parted, and she obey&d  the text to the letter.. She had plenty of  .money and no heirs, but like all misers  she did not consider that she had near  enough, and sho hoarded <it 'up, for  Heaven knows what purpose.    ��� "  .  She was in no wise a charitably disposed individual, though the fact of her  giving- a home to her orphaned nieoe  might imply that ate was. But no one  would think so if he knew in what manner tlie home was held out.  "Dear Malvina," she- wrote. "As you  cannot starve, L suppose I must, take  you in.V ��� ,  And poor Malviria, whose organ had  rendered'her a meek and miserable  mortal, responded weakly:  ''Dear Aunt:' As, you say,.I cannot'  starve, and eo I must accept your generous offer." . ��� j  . And when Miss Malvina arrived, in  company with.a goodly-sized apo'the-  cary shop, Mrs. Srnitbers' acerbity was  _ by no means appeased.  "Bother your organ!" she exclaimed.  "It, bothers m^*." returaed poor Malvina. " r<  This exclamation and pitiful rejoinder  became an almost dairy phrase.        ,    ,  Mrs. Smithers had oot the slightest  patience with her niece's membranous  receptacle, and at every meal such mortal enemies as hot, bread pies couf routed poor Malvina, The organ!, naturally,  cried out against suc'h indignities, and  Miss Malvina grew hourly worse.  ' Such torments tas the poor thing  knew no words can describe.  Finailly, to Mrs. Smithers' niter horror, the family physdeian had to be  summoned.  ^,ror wq's this the worst. After pre-  *voribing all sorto of villainous compounds, which Miss Malvina's organ rejected with scorn, Dr. Calomel insisted  that Miss 'Malvina should come to his  private sanitarium, known las the It est.  Mrs. Smithers -was as one demented.  She fumed and raged and almost,tore  her false hiair, for tho board alone, without medical attendance, was $25 a week,  But Dr. Calomel -was quite as determined as phe was, and at last, after  a fearful struggle, he Avon the day.  Jlrs, Smithers 0.111 hardly be said to  have given in graciously, for as soon  as lhe doctor wcnit awiiy slie flounced  into the miserable liuJe hall room she  allowed Mih-s Malvina, nnd where Uie  {roor  thing  was  having  a   -wrestling  Fort Steele,  JL>.     \J,  SO   YEARS"  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  ,-  Copyrights ��&c.  Anyone scndlne n skctcn nnd description may  quickly .-iscertaiii our oplirion'frcc whether an  invontion Is probably pat on tub! e.   Corriinuiiica.  ' f.icmn strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents  sent free. Oldest fluency for sccunnprputentH.  lJatents taken throuclr Munn & Co. receive  special notice, witlrout chnrero, la tlie  Scientific Hiefican.  A bnncisoniely llJiiBt.rril ed -weekly. T.nrccfit eir.  culnt-ion of any scientltlc Journal. I'erms, ?3 a  yonr - four ynonths, $1.  Sold by all .newsdealerfi.  IUUKN A Co.36tB^dwa4-8w Yort  Branch Ofiioe. 055 V PI... W-ishii'Mton, I). C.  | match with "her or%'rn\, and exclaimed,  insurance Co.'^l vindictively:  "I wish that 'organ* oi youre -cvaa in  Ciehenrm!"  3'odr Malvina! she. wished bo, too, if  she didn't have to'awompany it there,  but it -was not transplanted just f/>r  1 bo wiflhimr.  ^\ fevv- (ki3rs Inter, in fear an/1 trem-  L'lin'g, Miss Mal.yina drove' up in  Dr. Calomel's oivrv *"neat]y-appohiterl  brougham to the. door bf the liest.  At the time of her arrival there were  only three other patients���Mrs. Weeks,  a chronic dyspeptic'; Miss_Pnine, a combination invalid, nnd an old jreuAleman  who was a. bundle of'nerves.       ,  It was gainst the latter individual  that Miss Malvina was- particularly  wanned, 'the sli.rrh test irrita'tdng circum-  stnnoe causing him to tear his hair and  cry "Fire!" '��� j,-  Por a week Miss Ma'llvino rested, l^dng  quietly on an oat little white bedstead,  (.fazing at- har-moniously-tinted ��� walls,  On the cicfhtli day she w.-i.s so mvich im*  centric tendencies*was'no'ne other than'  ! her.old admirer, Col. Wilds.  I Miss Malvina started'and blushed and  recognized him in a m'oment. 'His hair  had turned white nnd he'no longer worfr  a uniform, biit he wiaa the same gallant  mim���indeed, age had improved hino.  Col. Wilds recogniized Alias Malvina  also, and their meeting- was an inter-  estrng'ene.  "Why, hless my soul, Miss Malvina!"  cried the colonel, 1|k> think bf our com-  ing together again after all these years  and under such delightful circumstances; What',*! your trouble?". .  ��� ' "An organ," murmured 'Miss Malvina.  " "dnly one?"' exclauned the colonel.  "Why, I've got a thousand, and evei-y  brie of 'era out of'time!"  'Miss Malvina' said slie! weis sorry, and  began inquiring about his symptoms.  The colonel ep^rifuatrd 'tier -with a  "list of fltie most inl^niso' hori'or's, and  the meal passed pC delightfully,   o ' '  Aftei"ai,T.nar tht^' played 'doifiinoes.  It was a part}' of ghosts'; pale faces, ���  wasted hxands, an occasional groan, enlivened fromtinie tp tjme by ftrhaeking  c-iiugh.  At a quarter oi nin* 'Airs. Week's  dropped a domino. Col; Wilds shrieked  f-Fi'rei" and they were all Wyja-ied'oil  nad put to bed like babies.  In ^rtseqiwres cri hh^   e^citejce&t  iov AsiotJi-oV vvc-okj mu�� th"�� fcrikm-Jn^  cvenlurg Sfisfi Malvififi and Cd, WUds sat  down to a tetc-fartete game.  Misa Malvinit could not help noticing  how haindsome her former lover had become, and how highly polished and  pink hie bald head wraB.  They were having, a'moat charming  g&iae, when suddealy a moth miller  sputtered into the go^ iand fell whizzing'  among -tlie domiuoea,"  Immediate-Iy Col. Wilds went off.  Poor Miss Malvina was so.overcome  she- scaroely knew -what to do. Not  , liking to sit gazing qt heir old frieaid,  who %vas bevliavin^'biinself in a most  childish and foolish manner, ahe has:  'tily ferose, and, ���^aJkiDg-acroas'the rocan,  took from;her po-okoia smallboxiiroin'  which she extraoted *?& -'excirxjment  pill," which slie swiailowed.  In a moment the colonel -was' at her  side. , ' *      ' -  ."Miss Malvina!" he cried, "what is  it?   You are ill I"  "It'i= only-my organ,", faltered Miss  Malvina.  In his .courtly sympsithy Col. Wilds  forgot his own ills.  After this for a week h-e and Miss  Malvina sat down tete-a-tete, and during- that time .he never cnee'exhibited  a. nerve, and she almost forgot that she  ever had an organ.  ' -       '  Burtvh&ppine-Rs in tibia world is short  lived and Pate is'a ci-uei jade. r  On the eighth evening, when the colonel and Mitss Malvina, were enjoying  the most liarmonaous game of dominoes  they had yot playtsd, and whencacih-was  toucliingly reluotant to beat the other,  a note wns brought to Jitiss ilialvina.  She tccre it oiion and read :  "Dear Malvina���-I pay for no well persons.  I hear that you have entirely recoverod, and  that that miserable organ of yours performs Its functions like rx Christian,  "Come norae at once."  * Miss Malvina laid down the note and  a tear fell among rthe doaniuoes. .  "My dear Miss Malvina!" cried the  colonel, sympathetically, *'wihat' is  troubling you?   Tell me, I beg!"  "Alas! Oo-l. Wilds, I must leave this  haven of resL"  "Burt why?"  "My-aurit rcfusea io pay ,my board  any longer."  "Allow me to do sol" V : ���;.  "Oh! Col. Wildal"  "Why not? I'm a millionaire; u.s��"  married and of age!"  Miss Malvina blushed,like a school- I  girl. , |  ' "You are sc land���but what would '  the world say?"   , '   j  "Nothing, if you will follow my j  wishes."  "What are they?" inquired Miss Mai- ;  vina, irmocenitly.  "Be my wife!"  "But Col. Wilds, my organ ?" ��� |  "]\To objection whatever," answered ]  the colonel, cheerfully;v"itcounteracts ;  my neiwes."  Poor Miss Malvina; all the physics in !  the world had been, tried upon her n^d  all hrwl 'failed, for no   ont*   had   ever '  ithoughT, of giving Lc-r a dose ol happiness.   Tliat   dOiAt  iK'ing ndministereid,  her recovery was rapid and complete.  Ojjc day there was a quiet little wedding at The Best, -.ind afterwards, un  M'iw Malvina���Miss Malvina no longer  ���threnv nil h/rr medicines ooit of Lfer,  windoiv, she said to licrself:  "Deutr me; did T ever think I'd livr  to. see tflie day when I would bless im  organ!"���Ladief.' World.  Tinsmithing  mw&iMA*iMya**-t  movie's i,i*;.vuiNf  Heating Bc:oi>eiJ:  Cooking Stoves  Stove Furnishings,  Enamelled Ware,  Granite Ware  Builders* Supplies  Sewing Machines  Hotel Supplies,  Paints, Oils, Glass  CALL ON  i;hI   plumbing  'nee tion.  Thd bcil of siccorninodiitjcriiD  for tbe trayeliac public '  0      '- '    ,  McMahon Bros., Props.  ,10SEPn XBIBEKSTADT, Prop,  .Lager beersold by tlio  Keg or dozen  bottles.  Bottled Beer  in Stock. . . .  Outside Orders Given Strict Attention.  S. J\ WHITGOHB  Owing to a contemplated ohanRO in business I will ��sll tiio  .balanoe'ofniy itan'sSiil^/PaKl^Twood and Fdncy Vostfi  ��� etc., _at greatly reduced ptiflfis. f-  '"My groceries arc fresh and good, anj will be closed  out  at a. Erpiit reduction also.' , ��� ���  ���  ' This opportunity won't, last long.   Move quickly and  tako advantage'of i{.      . *   J  The Busy Store at the Busy Corner,  CORKEn OPPOSITE rOSfoi-'EICE.  a  T, E. MAKAFFY.  *Tt*8"  Q  WILDJSY. IjODCrB NO. *i*f.  C  Meeta every Monday brerdng'in "their  hall on Victoiia street. Sojourning  Odd Fplloy.-d'cordially invited.  u. a. ���oiITri, w.*i.  A. T. KKN>-i:DV, TP.EaB.  *.. 1. Mt701li;, h.  i*.  House 'painter, "grume.--  glazier and, paperhanger.  All work on perfect sur- j  face guranteed. Prices according 'to quality and  etock required ,  Moyie, B, 0."  OHAS. , P. CAMPBELL,  Funeral Director  and  Embalmer. *  Gnulua-le of Champion. College oi the  [Juitcd mates. UpboUlering im-l general furiiilnre repairing. Ofbti., and  r*-tore, Aiken's block, near Canadian  Bank of Commerce, 'i'elegrapli and  snail orders promptly attended to.'  Orari'forook,.  B. 0.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. �� Sbjuurniug niciubcrs are  cbidiully invileil to aticmu  II. H. Dimock.' 'i\T,KMVTir)  J'resider.t.   ��� Secretary.  Moyie Board of Trade  Meets in  tho .Moyio scaoo.1  house on the first ^Vcduesday  evening of each'month at   ���  S o'clock sharp.  J. P. Fahrell, Pres.  A.P. M\ri)OS.\u�� ���   A. T. Cuuik,  Vice-ProF. Secly.  Meats and Poultry  Por the ,Holiday>s.  We arc bettor prepared! than ever  horvo the people-of Soutb 3^'.^ i.Cr.L  nay ui our line;  -Tho bttfr\.   of  ZUi'Hf.i,   Xurltcjv,   Clii<-!.i-rii  J?i;ch<i, Pifih Btitl Oj;��t��'ri.  See the*annua! display,  ��     '   SUQVB    AT  Moyie      "   '   ��� Fori; Steele  Cranbrook' Fernie Wareluer  ����*t^l���� *>�����<���*^^'<t��* V  15UV   Y0KSKJ.V   .V  ssngpi mm?.  -    I  and Soo Line.  A Pointer  For Your Eastern Trip,   is to See that  Your Ticket Reads vin.  0 ANN DIAN     PACIFIC  First-Olass   Sleepers   on   All   Trains  ������^. , ni   --n-,1,,, -r^-, - T;_rYi*Pwr-.n��u*nijm_ i ^f���rr-fJuuTu. y-r.ni  from   llevel.-iluke ' and Koolenay Ulg,  j   ummwru-ntitv**^. *.**-*��������*..a  TOURIST   OAKS  St, Eugene International.  BAUBE1L SHOP AND,  .    ' ' PATH .ROOMS:  W. R. STONE,  St. Ktigene Afine,    ���'   .      'Mo\icIJ. 0  .-^y-iJr-z-^'r  r4^7gry---y--���  J. J. .MURPHY   & ���0.'S  Hill i  DRY (JOODS, BOOTS AND  SHOES. LADIES AND  0 KNTS       1- VUM STlJXO'fJ.  t'iisju   Duninori;   Jet    daily   for  yi i Oitil iiud indporl oiU'<'loUihii\r.  Paul.   Siitunlnys   for    Montreal   anil I'Hi'; most uji to dale   slock in  Bosion, MouOftys  ami   Thnrteday.,  fm '  (Toronto.    Samu curs  ' one dny earlier.  >il..i    iiUVObteltl!  town.  TRAINS   DEPART.  8:51 Tor Knslo, Xcl.-on, Jios.iliiiiil,  Slocan ari(I holmd-uy points,  He\elalok!', Main Uno'ind r'auific  Oo.ict. ....  |.r):00 for Moo-re J  NoihiiiK  AVf!K((*rt.  "Kvcrytbjn.q- p-ctvcs some useful purpose," be'sald, .pnieularly. -"Itiasimply  nston-isibing';hb\V true tHis is. There is  theTiirko-Grocirin war, :for instance."  "What ,])firtie!ilnTly lisM'fiul pin*Dof;c  hay tliln :.s-'s-ft(l?"*';iV Vlri;, 'i^-d  .'vvv-'V'V ������V'Tfn'i ".v;ns;:'..;,: ������'���,:".,.,,  iw    L'^andon,  Win  iiipey, etc. and all JOrihlern   poin !*,  connecting at 3I,ucb':o(l for Caller  'Edmonton, etc!  Apply tor l'iat.c.1, Wnj,.��, Tiino.Curds,'Tickets nnd  Full Jnfoi iriui.ioiJ lo Nearest Local  Agent, ���   '  K. J. COVLK,   '   .  A. G. !'. A.,'ViiiioovP'r  1 ' '     ���'        s'   1  ' G. I!i!!ifr. Afjjijit'. ivlovio.  MOYIE, B. C.  STOflK, MOYJE, 11.  JOIJ>"   IJAltll.Elf,    D.    V.   B.  It.   3-  Office and Ko-ndcnce    CRA -YI3K0����K,  ir  Cliribtimiri is coming. C-et  your jiictnres Luken to stuul  home. PKKST, (in: plirito-  grapher, will visit Moyie on  caeh Saturday. EliLsblight  picliiroa taken ;il, tip- Moyie  or. nt ' your' rodrii;.'or, houao.  Leave your order a at once.  No time to delay.  ��� Prest &; Co.,  : PhotograpluM-ii,  Cisiuliruolr,     iUoylo,   , Ifoi-t,Socio  Will. Visit Moyio on  Tuesday asij WBilnc&i!uy.;  FricesGriveii  and   Orders  Taken on  .Ever y tiling  in'the Pointing  \Line at the  Ilrh tc,  m  m  iM  11.-  111  ,    l  *K.j>',v  A'-SfeS'*!  SQXJ  r-.5^..  SSCvt'  I -:*^fi'4-  'vt|&a  Tv   \e "      f     i.  1 ^\<h  ���! x il,n,i%  jit*  O.W-Jl.r  rWttKtear

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